Volume 5, No 4

View all Journals in this Volume

  • Prelimnary Page
  • 1. The Neo -Traditional Woodcarvings of Ayanladun Ayandepo within the Context of Archietypal Traditional Yoruba Woodcarvings. By Abiodun Olasupo Akande & Abiodun Adebayo Idowu
  • 2. Exposure to social media and separatist agitation in South-East states of Nigeria By Ibiere Ken-Maduako & Isioma Christiana Nkenchor PhD
  • 3. Studio Exploration as Pathway for Domestication of Indigenous Skills in Artistic Practice in Nigeria. By Onyemachi, Nwabueze Umezurike & Jonah, Ike Godspower
  • 4. Industrialization of Bayelsa State: Empowering the Citizenry for a Prosperous Existence By ThankGod O. Apere PhD
  • 5. The Use of Nigerian Pidgin English on Cartoons By Worukwo, Glory Ikechukwu
  • 6. Africa and Insecurity: A Retrogressive Phenomenon in the African Continent. By Opara Washington N. Ph.D
  • 7. Assessment of Records Management Practices in Exams and Records Unit of Captain Elechi Amadi Polytechnic Port Harcourt, Rivers State By Tamunoseimiebi Maxwell George & Nnenda W. Tom-George PhD
  • 8. Women in the Evolution of Ogba Cosmology, the Myth of Female Goddesses and Invocatory Traditional Form By Ben-Fred Ohia, PhD
  • 9. Causality and Probability in David Hume: Implications for Science By Ijeoma Ene
  • 10. Research Process and the Viability of Its Findings in the Contemporary Public Administrative System By Etor Charity
  • 11. Financial Autonomy as a Legal Mechanism for Facilitating Human Rights and Access to Justice in Nigeria By Anamoji, Godspower Sam
  • 12. Foreign Aid Is the Cure That Kills In Africa: The Historical Realities By Wobo Stephen N. & Kingdom E. Orji
  • 13. Islam and Environmental Development By Dandy Ezeeli
  • 14. The Bible as a Poetic Text: A Study of Selected Books and Chapters By Barine Okoro Diinee PhD & Hugo Barine Diinee
  • 15. Historicizing European Philosophies and Diplomatic Initiatives in Africa, 1500-1960: The Nigerian Experience. By Osaih Rufus, PhD & Maekae Job, PhD
  • 16. The Role of Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration (DDR) Of ExCombatant and Democratic Transition from War to Peace in Nigeria By Nanaghan Adesola Peter, Ph.D, Nurudeen Babatunde Ayinla, Ph.D, Dieng Abdourahmane, Ph.D, Adegbe Ojonoka Veronica, Ph.D, & Salem Igyundu-Iyorwuese, Ph.D
  • 17. Assessment of Academic Performance in English Language among Students with Hearing Impairment in Special Schools in Rivers State By Ubani, N. Samuel (PhD), Doris Hembadoon Kange, And Fiberesima Iyaye
  • 18. The Conversion of the Mwaghavul People to Christianity and Its Relevance to Mission Activities in Nigeria By Williams, Istifanus John & Zaka, Peter Ahuche PhD
  • 19. Texture as a Determinant in Successful Studio Practice. By Dr. Charlotte Tam-George Aaron
  • 20. Devoiler Le Sens Comme L’ Objet De La Traduction By Chinwe Nzenwa
  • 21. Book Review Cultural Symbols: The Christian Perspective Introspecting the Symbols of Ofo, Ogu and Ikenga in Igbo Tradition through Biblical Perspectives for Deeper Reflection and Evangelical Action By Nwankwo, Samuel C. PhD
  • 22. Human Resources Practices and Employee Performance in Oil Companies in Rivers State By Ordua George, PhD, Clifford Baritule Nyone, PhD, & Josephine Onyeri Eke, PhD
  • 23. The Effectiveness of New Media as a Marketing Gambit in Nollywood Film Industry By Osunwa, Kenneth Chigozie, Friday Nwafor, & D. C. Ekhaeyemhe, PhD
  • 24. The Menace of Arms Proliferation and Banditry in Nigeria: Implication for Human Security Policy By Araziua Dennis Owenorisiede
  • 25. Migration and Crisis in the Educational Development in Nigeria By Nwayilobu, Anthony Chukwudi, PhD.
  • 26. Public Institutional Decay in Nigeria: Policy Options to Restore Public Confidence in Governance By Abeki, Sunny Okoro PhD, & Monday Sunday Akpakpan PhD
  • 27. Sustainable Development in Science and Technology Using Primary Education Mathematics By Florence, Chinwe Ebolume
  • 28. Elders and the Sustenance of History in Nkoro Kirika Kingdom: A Comprehensive Overview By Independence Chinonye Enyindah, PhD, & Nelson Richard Percy, PhD
  • 29. Crossroads between Behaviourism and Mentalism in Language Acquisition By Asime Beryl Okpin, PhD
Scroll to Top